The complete first run of Little Nemo, 1905-1914. All 241 issues, originally scanned for comicstriplibrary.org from Little Nemo 1905-1914, published by Taschen, ISBN 3822863009, and now compressed in CBZ format for easy in reading in electronic comic book readers. It is particularly enjoyable to read these on a tablet with high resolution (like the iPad 3). Topics: comics, comic strips, dreams, nightmares
High resolution scans of every episode of Winsor McCay's comic strip, Dream of the Rarebit Fiend, taken from the DVD included with the Dream of the Rarebit Fiend book compiled by Ulrich Merkl. Topics: Dreams, Nightmares, Comics, Comic Strips
The complete first run of Little Nemo, 1905-1914. Scanned for comicstriplibrary.org from Little Nemo 1905-1914, published by Taschen, ISBN 3822863009 ( 2 reviews ) Topics: comics, comic strips, dreams, nightmares
Warren Bernard, coordinator of the Small Press Expo (SPX), speaks about his book about the history of cartoon and comic advertising in Washington, DC Topics: comic strips, comic books, cartoons, cartoonists, history
When: Sat, December 6, 2:30pm – 4:00pm Where: Central Library, 1015 N Quincy St, Arlington, VA 22201, United States Description: Join us for a very special event featuring some of the editors of this wonderful collection of work from one of the world's most gifted and beloved illustrators. We are honored, thrilled, excited (add your own adjective) to host an event to celebrate the release of The Art of Richard Thompson. Featured guests include editors Nick Galifianakis, David Apatoff, Chris... Topics: cartooning, caricature, comic strips, Richard Thompson
Ten (10) Lone Ranger Daily Newspaper Strips from the 1940s: The Lone Ranger was one of the best known Newspaper Western comic strips, appearing from September 1938 to December 1971. Adapted from Fran Striker's hit radio program, Striker also wrote the comic strips first episodes. Ed Kressy illustrated the first episodes in an uncomplicated style that complemented the script. He was replaced in 1939 by Charles Flanders, a solid craftsman who had worked on Tim Tyler's Luck, Bringing Up Father,... Topics: Lone Ranger, western, comics, newspaper comic strips
Class Conflict, the graduate student comic strip, written by Brandon Mendelson and illustrated by Kaitlyn Dollard. Topics: college, comics, web comics, web comic strips, college comics, college comic strips, college comic...
Issue #6 of the graduate student comic strip, "Class Conflict", illustrated by Kaitlyn A. Dollard and written by Brandon J. Mendelson Topics: college, graduate school, graduate students, comics, comic strips, web comics, web comic strips
Drawn by Douglas Freeman, Educated Joe (the character pictured) created by Brandon J. Mendelson. Compulsion Comics and all related characters are copyright 2008 by Brandon J. Mendelson, All Rights Reserved. Topics: brandon mendelson, compulsion comics, comics, webcomics, comic strips, comic characters
A sampler from The Disgruntled Avenger Volume 10. Contains the story "Fame+Media." For the whole book- check out: http://www.lulu.com/content/207280 for news, updates & music -check out: http://www.myspace.com/exspasticcomics enjoy! Topics: comics, comicbooks, books, book, humor, comic strips, super hero
42 Daily Stories of the Lone Ranger Daily Newspaper Strip 1938 to 1944: The Lone Ranger was one of the best known Newspaper Western comic strips, appearing from September 1938 to December 1971. Adapted from Fran Striker's hit radio program, Striker also wrote the comic strips first episodes. Ed Kressy illustrated the first episodes in an uncomplicated style that complemented the script. He was replaced in 1939 by Charles Flanders, a solid craftsman who had worked on Tim Tyler's Luck, Bringing... Topics: newspaper comics, newspaper comic strips, western, Lone Ranger, 1940, comics
Inside this book are short biographical sketches about the many artists represented in the Library of Congress' Swann Collection compiled by Erwin Swann (1906-1973). In the early 1960s, Swann, a New York advertising executive started collecting original cartoon drawings of artistic and humorous interest. Included in the collection are political prints and drawings, satires, caricatures, cartoon strips and panels, and periodical illustrations by more than 500 artists, most of whom are American.... Topics: comic strips, cartoons, cartoonists, illustration, Library of Congress, biographical dictionary
Circulating Ideas is the librarian interivew podcast hosted by Steve Thomas. Episode Two features the creators of the comic strip Unshelved, Gene Ambaum and Bill Barnes. Topics: librarians, interviews, podcasts, libraries, comics, comic strips, unshelved
Issue #2 of Class Conflict, written by Brandon J. Mendelson and illustrated by Kaitlyn Dollard. Topics: Brandon Mendelson, The Brandon Show, class conflict, graduate school, graduate students, graduate...
Issue #0 of the upcoming graduate student comic strip, Class Conflict. Drawn by Kaitlyn Dollard and written by Brandon Mendelson Topics: Brandon Mendelson, The Brandon Show, college, colleges, graduate, graduate students, graduate...
Issue #1 of the new graduate student comic, Class Conflict is here! Written by Brandon Mendelson and drawn by Kaitlyn Dollard. Topics: brandon mendelson, the brandon show, class conflict, graduate students, graduate schools, graduate...
Character sketches from Kaitlyn A. Dollard based on the concept created by Brandon J. Mendelson. Class Conflict is a comic strip about two graduate students fighting for an open teaching position at the University At Albany. Topics: Brandon Mendelson, The Brandon Show, Conflict, Class Conflict, Graduate students, graduate schools,...
Issue #5 of 802.11 The College Comic. Written by Brandon J. Mendelson and drawn by Jason Sigler. Topics: college, comics, comic strips, web comic, web comics, humor, Brandon Mendelson, The Brandon Show
The Comic Book Haters branch out into new territory with a look at some fantastic Comic Strips from the past 100 years. As usual, Schooly hates each. Topics: comic books, comic strips, flash gordon, schooly g, DJ sloofus, umbrellaman, hatred, satire, beer
Lynda Barry, Alison Bechdel and Chris Ware - Nov. 9, 2007PenFaulkner Reading seriesGraphic NovelsLynda Barry, Chris WareDaniel Raeburn, ModeratorFriday, November 9, 8 p.m.Held at the Aaron and Cecile Goldman Theater of the Washington, DC Jewish Community CenterLynda Barry Lynda Barry is a writer and cartoonist whose comic strip “Ernie Pook’s Comeek” celebrates its 30th year in print in 2007. She is the author of The Good Times are Killing Me, which she adapted into a long-running... Topics: Alison Bechdel, Chris Ware, Lynda Barry, graphic novels, comic strips, comic books, literacy
Small Press Expo panel from September 12, 2010. The newspaper industry, long the home of American comicsâ first popular dedicated format, faces an existential crisis presented by the emergence and proliferation of digital media. Against all odds, artists interested in the daily strip format continue to produce work with an eye for print. Mike Rhode will discuss the present and the future of the newspaper comic strip with Marguerite Dabaie, Keith Knight, and Richard Thompson. Topics: comic strips, syndication, Keith Knight, Richard Thompson, Marguerite Dabaie, Small Press Expo,...